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Summer is quickly approaching and we are still in need of a few more lifeguards. If you know a responsible young adult, 16 years and older, who is in need of a summer job, tell them our Village has openings too good to pass up! No commute if living in the Village, hours are 11 am to 6 pm, free Red Cross training and certification or re-certification provided, salary locally competitive or higher, not to mention the ability to add attention-getting skills and experience to a college application or resume. All this and the work is outdoors – not sweating in a fast-food kitchen, injuring a back lifting in a warehouse or risking virus transmission in a noisy, crowded, indoor water park.
We are not letting the Covid-19 virus stop us from preparing for the LLV summer season 2021! We are hiring lifeguards for Pines, East and Locust Lakes. We’ve had a shortage of lifeguards in the past and want to change that this year. This announcement is not only for residents here for the entire summer. If you own a second home and are not here for the entire summer, we can be flexible offering weekend work, with a commitment to work Memorial Day weekend, July 4th weekend and Labor Day weekend and at least five additional weekends over the summer; a total commitment for only eight of sixteen weekends over the summer. Please help us in our effort by sharing this post with potential applicants.
Car registration stickers and recreational vehicle identification flags are the only acceptable proof of membership for dropping off trash. Wristbands are not utilized as proof of membership at the compactor area.
Pick up times for Badges is from 10:00am-4:00pm Mon-Friday and Saturdays 9:30am-3:30pm.
There is a box in the Administrative Office accepting donations of old hand towels for the Pocono Wildlife Rehabilitation and and Education Center. Please consider donating your old hand towels – the wildlife center really needs them and truly appreciates your consideration.